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Home Farm 1Tropical Exterior, Charleston

Inspiration for a tropical wood exterior home remodel in Charleston with a clipped gable roof and a metal roof —  Houzz
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uakron01 wrote:May 17, 2012
  • arroyosorrento
    Were any special precautions taken to avoid failure of the exposed fastener grommets?
  • cmenalaulau

    what kind of roofing material (white or silver), & is it colorbond?

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bigdumbandugly wrote:Aug 4, 2013
    kathrynjbrown wrote:Jul 19, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Rachel Grace added this to Tidewater HomesMay 11, 2013

      Tidewater homes are especially prevalent in South Carolina's Lowcountry, like this Charleston beauty.

      Becky Harris added this to Regional Design: Charleston and the South Carolina LowcountryAug 14, 2012

      Lowcountry style is in the smaller details. "There are so many things that make a home distinctly Charleston, but the shutters are what does it on this home," says interior designer Alix Bragg. "The old-school style of the louvered shutters (painted Charleston green) is a staple in the Lowcountry. Of course, the palm trees and metal roof give it away too!" See the rest of this home

      Between Naps on the Porch added this to Houzz Tour: Living the Good Life, Lowcountry StyleDec 14, 2010

      Alix and Mark modeled their home after an older house they loved on Sullivan Beach. Silver was chosen as the color for the metal roof because it reflects the sun's rays, keeping the home cooler. You'll notice the stairs are incorporated inside the footprint of the home. Alix and Mark were inspired to design them this way in the style of the plantation homes they had seen in Louisiana.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Adla Nicholson added this to J & S POct 4, 2018

      Detail on the posts if the railing is plain

      glen33 added this to Exterior IdeasOct 1, 2018

      end of roof for front windows onto balcony

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